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The explosion sound!It's fully restored and put in tune.On his return from the United States, in February 1947, Django Reinhardt decided to electrify his guitar. Surrounded by a handful of faithful, including clarinetist Hubert Rostaing (at the height of his art), the brilliant gypsy revisits his greatest themes, transfigured by electricity. A unique sound expressionism, prefiguring 20 years ahead of what will be the future of the guitar."I love this often misunderstood period of Django. "Philip Catherine
The explosion sound!It's fully restored and put in tune.On his return from the United States, in February 1947, Django Reinhardt decided to electrify his guitar. Surrounded by a handful of faithful, including clarinetist Hubert Rostaing (at the height of his art), the brilliant gypsy revisits his greatest themes, transfigured by electricity. A unique sound expressionism, prefiguring 20 years ahead of what will be the future of the guitar."I love this often misunderstood period of Django. "Philip Catherine
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Format: CD
Rel. Date: 07/30/2021
UPC: 3560530405227

Electrified Django (1947)
Artist: Django Reinhardt
Format: CD
New: Available to Order 2-3 days $22.98
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DISC: 1

1. Porto Cabello
2. Duke and Dukie
3. Songe d'automne
4. Babik
5. Del Salle
6. Just One Of Those Things
7. For Sentimental Reasons
8. Danse norvégienne
9. Blues For Barclay
10. Stop
11. Vette
12. Anniversary Song
13. Swing 48
14. Minor Swing
15. Swing 41
16. Swing 39
17. Duke and Dukie
18. Les yeux noirs
19. Louise
20. Django's Dream (RĂȘverie)
21. Swingtime In Springtime
22. Stockholm
23. FĂ©erie
24. Vendredi 13
25. Sweet Chorus
26. Crépuscule
27. Songe d'automne
28. (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons
29. Just One Of Those Things
30. Billets doux
31. Porto Cabello
32. Swing dynamique
33. Lover Man
34. Rythme futur
35. Topsy
36. Artillerie lourde
37. PĂȘche Ă  la Mouche
38. Belleville
39. Douce ambiance
40. Swing de Paris
41. Blues en Mineur
42. I Can't Give You Anything But Love
43. It Had To Be You
44. Manoir de mes rĂȘves
45. Mélodie au crépuscule
46. DĂźnette
47. Folie Ă  Amphion
48. Place de BrouckĂšre
49. Symphonie
50. Improvisation sur une danse norvégienne
51. Saint-Louis Blues
52. New York City

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The explosion sound!It's fully restored and put in tune.On his return from the United States, in February 1947, Django Reinhardt decided to electrify his guitar. Surrounded by a handful of faithful, including clarinetist Hubert Rostaing (at the height of his art), the brilliant gypsy revisits his greatest themes, transfigured by electricity. A unique sound expressionism, prefiguring 20 years ahead of what will be the future of the guitar."I love this often misunderstood period of Django. "Philip Catherine

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